Welcome To Downtown

Artsy, quirky, and unique are all adjectives that can be used to describe this historic hub of the Las Vegas Valley. Viewed by locals as the heart of the city, Downtown Las Vegas was once the main gambling district before the Strip. After a complete overhaul in recent decades, the neighborhood has emerged with a new identity and is once again a favorite stop for both locals and visitors. The community here prides itself on eccentricity, open-mindedness, and the unexpected.

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What To Expect

An energetic, commuter-friendly neighborhood in the center of iconic Fremont Street.

The Lifestyle

Urban, Hip, hyperlocal, and Artsy.

What Not To Expect

You won’t find a lot of single family residences Downtown.

The Market

Downtown is adorned with lavish high rises, multi family homes, and historic properties.

You'll Fall In Love With

The vibrancy and effortlessness of this urban hub. Endless people-watching and entertainment options.

Location Within The Las Vegas Valley

T-Mobile Arena

17m. 9mi.

McCarran Airport

15m. 6mi.

The Strip

18m. 9mi.

Lake Mead

32m. 27mi.

Red Rock Canyon

27m. 22mi.

Las Vegas Map Downtown

Around The Block

Arts District

The Arts District in Downtown Las Vegas is a vibrant and creative neighborhood that offers a unique blend of art galleries, studios, boutiques, and cultural events. It is a thriving hub for local artists, musicians, and entrepreneurs, making it a must-visit destination for art enthusiasts and those seeking an eclectic and vibrant atmosphere. The Arts District is known for its colorful murals, street art, and creative installations, providing an ever-changing canvas of artistic expression. It also hosts monthly First Friday events, where art galleries, studios, and businesses open their doors to the public, offering live music, food trucks, and a lively street festival atmosphere. The Arts District is a true melting pot of creativity, culture, and community, making it a unique and exciting destination for residents and visitors alike.

Las Vegas Arts Distric
Las Vegas Arts District
Las Vegas Arts District

Fremont Street Experience

The Fremont Street Experience is a world-famous attraction located in the heart of Downtown Las Vegas. It is a pedestrian mall that spans five blocks and is covered by a massive LED canopy, known as the Viva Vision screen, which is the largest LED screen in the world. The Fremont Street Experience is known for its dazzling light shows, live entertainment, and vibrant atmosphere. Visitors can enjoy free nightly light shows featuring captivating visuals and live music performances from local bands and artists. The area also offers a variety of dining options, including iconic Vegas eateries, bars, and lounges. The Fremont Street Experience is home to historic casinos, such as the Golden Nugget and the Four Queens, and offers a unique blend of old-school Vegas charm and modern entertainment. It's a must-visit destination for those looking to experience the exciting and iconic energy of downtown Las Vegas.

Las Vegas Fremont Street Experience

Fremont Street East

Fremont Street East is a bustling and vibrant part of Downtown Las Vegas that offers a unique blend of arts, culture, and entertainment. Located just east of the iconic Fremont Street Experience, Fremont Street East is a pedestrian-friendly area that features colorful murals, trendy bars, restaurants, and shops. It is known for its lively atmosphere, street performers, and live music that adds to the vibrant energy of the area. Visitors can explore the diverse street art, enjoy delicious cuisine from local eateries, and experience the dynamic nightlife scene that Fremont Street East has to offer. The area is popular among locals and tourists alike, offering a hip and trendy vibe that is different from the traditional Vegas experience. Fremont Street East is a must-visit destination for those looking to immerse themselves in the arts and culture of Downtown Las Vegas while enjoying a unique and memorable experience.

Las Vegas Fremont Street East
Las Vegas Fremont Street East Atomic Liquor
Las Vegas Fremont Street East Container Park

10 things to do around Downtown

  1. Fremont Street Experience - The iconic Fremont Street Experience offers a unique blend of old-world Vegas charm and modern entertainment, with dazzling light shows, live music, and thrilling attractions.
  2. The Mob Museum - Dive into the fascinating history of organized crime in Las Vegas and beyond at The Mob Museum, featuring interactive exhibits, multimedia displays, and immersive experiences.
  3. Container Park - A unique shopping and dining destination made out of shipping containers, Container Park offers a vibrant and hip atmosphere, with boutiques, restaurants, and live entertainment.
  4. Arts District - Discover the vibrant arts scene in Downtown Las Vegas at the Arts District, with art galleries, studios, and cultural events showcasing local talent.
  5. SlotZilla Zipline - Experience an adrenaline-pumping thrill as you zipline over the crowds of Fremont Street on the SlotZilla Zipline, offering an exhilarating way to see the city from above.
  6. Neon Museum - Explore the history of Las Vegas through its iconic neon signs at the Neon Museum, with guided tours and stunning displays of vintage neon signs.
  7. Downtown Cocktail Room - Enjoy a craft cocktail experience at the stylish and speakeasy-inspired Downtown Cocktail Room, known for its creative libations and cozy ambiance.
  8. The Smith Center for the Performing Arts - Catch a Broadway show, concert, or dance performance at The Smith Center for the Performing Arts, a state-of-the-art cultural venue in Downtown Las Vegas.
  9. Fremont East Entertainment District - Check out the trendy Fremont East Entertainment District, known for its hip bars, lounges, and live music venues.
  10. Las Vegas Natural History Museum - Delve into the natural history of Nevada and the surrounding region at the Las Vegas Natural History Museum, with exhibits on prehistoric creatures, geology, and wildlife.
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